As they frolic in the foam, the thought of insurmountable mountains of debt and a bleak employment landscape couldn't be further from their minds.
Leaping like spring lambs in the creamy bubbles, St Andrews students take a break from the hardships of student life to indulge in a long-upheld annual tradition known as Raisin Monday.
Drastic changes were afoot this year however, as the grand event was moved from the university's St Salvator's Quad to the Lower College Lawn.
But it was all jolly hockey sticks in the end, as the students indulged in the spectacle, along with offering each other bottles of wine.
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